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“If you have considered investing by sectors using ETFs, then Super Sectors is the book for you.”
—Stockerblog.com, October 2010
"This book provides a highly accessible and pragmatic approach to the subject of investment vehicles. For the relative newcomer to active investing, it offers several nuggets of useful information. For veteran system developers interested in further honing their trading acumen, it serves as a refresher of key concepts."
—Bruce C. Greig, Financial Analysts Journal, January 2011
Trading in today's markets can be profitable, but in order to achieve success, you need to know where to look. Opportunities are currently available in many different sectors around the worldall you need to do is find them and put your money to work.
Nobody understands how to do this better than John NyaradiPublisher of Wall Street Sector Selectorand now, with Super Sectors, he reveals how you can avoid bear markets and prosper during bull markets by deploying sector rotation techniques using exchange traded funds (ETFs).
Whether you're an aspiring trader or seasoned pro, this book has what you need to succeed in the years ahead. Written in a straightforward and accessible style, it skillfully details a proven approach to identifying the hottest sectors in the world and investing in them using ETFsall while minimizing potential risks. Along the way, Nyaradi examines how to best analyze these different sectors, such as technology, energy, and health care, and profit from the opportunities they present.
Divided into six comprehensive parts, this reliable resource:
Provides valuable insights into the features and benefits of various ETFs and why they're a great choice for today's active markets
Highlights sector trading strategies and how this style of active portfolio management can be one of the most successful you'll find
Discusses different types of trading systemsfrom the simplest for people who don't want to make trading a "job" to the most complex for professionals who constantly monitor the markets
Identifies five "super sectors" that will likely outperform the market due to an approaching tsunami of societal and financial change
Interviews well-known experts in the fields of investing, technical trading, economics, and various market sectors, who share their views about what lies ahead for investors
The "buy-and-hold" strategy of yesterday won't work in today's investment environment. Super Sectors will show you what can work, and how you can successfully implement this approach into your everyday investment endeavors.
This author poorly matched the contents of his book with the title.
In addition to introducing readers to a variety of potential mentors, the interviews provide concise insights into their decision making process and perspective.
Most books in this category are dull and overly technical, but this book is very readable.
A great primer to macro-based investing. Clear and concise with excellent guidance. Well worth the price. Highly recommend.Published 7 months ago by D. J. Buker
I recommend the readers of this book to try out my new book Sector Rotation. It covers most topics on sector rotation including market timing and currently it is my best seller. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Tony W. Pow
Introduction and initial few chapters are great but the actual instruction on sector ratation and the rational are weak and useless. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Amazon Customer
Super Sectors contained useful information for the average investor but was overly technical making it rather trying to read, at times.Published on December 16, 2012 by Daisy
I agree completely with the review of Mr. Michael Silva in that this book is not what it was advertised as. Read morePublished on November 10, 2011 by Victor Vermillion
The book is interesting and can provide a structural framework for beginners not aware of the potential of sector investing. Read morePublished on March 10, 2011 by Sanjay Saxena
A way of trading that is conservative and easy to understand.John stresses the fact that investing is for the long haul. Read morePublished on January 31, 2011 by greg lo
If you had to choose just one investment book to read this year, this could be it. As publisher of [... Read morePublished on November 8, 2010 by CLIFF WACHTEL